Hello, Sequim

15 Jun

Andy’s brother and his family live in Sequim, Washington (pronounced Squim). Sequim is just across the Strait of Juan de Fuca in Washington state. We had thought to hit Port Townsend today (about 20 more miles east), but changed our minds halfway through the day. It worked out really well, and we had quite a lovely father’s day evening relaxing and laughing with family. This is why we moved back here.

Have we mentioned that we have spent the last year and a half in south Florida and the Bahamas? Different weather for sure. Well, it was C O L D on the water today!! We pulled out all our Chesapeake sailing gear and huddled together for warmth. Since it wasn’t much warmer inside, we all stayed outside looking for seals and orcas. No whale sightings, but we did see a few seals. At dock, Robin even pulled out the electric-oil radiator. Enough of the chilly put on more socks and another sweater business (it really is chilly…50 degrees…and please no laughing). We hope that either summer comes soon, or our bodies adjust.

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2 Responses to “Hello, Sequim”

  1. haanli June 16, 2014 at 2:08 pm #

    You guys are amazing! It seems like yesterday we were buddy boating your first offshore cruise and now you’re like the Swiss Family Robinson of cruising families.

    • four2tango June 17, 2014 at 1:50 pm #

      Haha! Not the adventure we thought we were going to have when we started out, but then I guess that’s the nature of adventure! We sure do miss buddy boating with you!

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